Microsoft Access 2007 Database Tutorial – Trust Center Locations

This quick two and half minute video tutorial won’t win any emmy awards for best production and script but it puts the point across clearly when users see the unwanted ‘security’ banner warning in Access 2007 (and Access 2010) and how to avoid this banner for future use.

The author doesn’t like this feature of Access and I can understand why but Microsoft felt it was needed to add extra protection as a warning for unknown database files being opened ‘ad-hoc’.

Personally, it’s easy to stop the banner showing and therefore can be ignored once it has been dealt with. The challenge for users is how you control the settings and you will need to navigate through various screens to accomplish this which is why I’ve put the video on my blog rather than writing an article on the matter.

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2 Responses to Microsoft Access 2007 Database Tutorial – Trust Center Locations

  1. baidu says:

    Thank you for this very informative article. You have made sense of this topic by writing unique, original content. Its easy to read, engaging and smart. Articles of this caliber are few and far between.

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